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Foreign Language Fun: Exploring Colors in Spanish

Title: Foreign Language Fun: Exploring Colors in Spanish

Compliance: Common Core State Standards for Kindergarten

Subject: Foreign Languages

Summary: This kindergarten lesson introduces students to basic colors in Spanish through interactive activities and games.

Topic: Colors in Spanish

Learning Outcomes:

  • Know the names of basic colors in Spanish
  • Understand how to pronounce and use colors in simple sentences
  • Can identify and match colors in Spanish


This lesson will be taught using a combination of visual aids, songs, games, and hands-on activities to engage students and make learning fun.


  • Color flashcards (red, blue, yellow, green, orange, purple, pink, brown, black, white)
  • Spanish color song
  • Coloring worksheets
  • Coloring supplies (crayons, markers, colored pencils)
  • Matching game cards


Introduction (5 minutes):

Begin the lesson by gathering the students in a circle and showing them the color flashcards. Introduce the concept of learning colors in Spanish and explain that they will be exploring different colors today.

Color Song (10 minutes):

Play the Spanish color song and encourage the students to sing along. Use gestures and actions to help them remember the colors and their names.

Color Flashcards (10 minutes):

Show each color flashcard one by one and ask the students to repeat the color name after you. Practice pronunciation together.

Coloring Worksheets (15 minutes):

Give each student a coloring worksheet with different objects outlined in various colors. Instruct them to color each object according to the color name written next to it. Walk around the classroom to provide assistance and reinforce vocabulary.

Matching Game (15 minutes):

Divide the students into pairs or small groups. Distribute the matching game cards and have them take turns flipping over two cards at a time to find a color match. Encourage them to say the color name in Spanish when they find a match.

Wrap-up (5 minutes):

Review the colors in Spanish with the students and ask them to share their favorite color in Spanish. Sing the color song one more time as a fun way to conclude the lesson.


To assess the students' learning, observe their participation and engagement during the activities. Use the coloring worksheets and matching game as opportunities to assess their ability to identify and match colors in Spanish. Additionally, ask individual students to name colors in Spanish during the wrap-up discussion.

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Common Core State Standards for Kindergarten

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